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To improve the transparency and to strengthen the internal EU energy market, the European Commission tracks the key market indicators for main petroleum products in the member countries, gathering information about the price changes, consumption, the taxes and the duties.

At the present time, share of taxes and other duties in the petroleum products' consumer prices in EU is about 60% for motor-fuels, and about 30% for a heating fuels. The net price of the Euro-super 95 automotive gasoline, excluding tax component, is only 0.49 euro per litre vs 1.37 euro if taxes included (as of end of Feb 2015).

In this Knoema interactive dashboard you can explore the weekly consumer price data for petroleum products in european countries over time, analyze the price structure and consumption trends. Use the data card in the top-left corner of the page to choose the product and the price type (with or without taxes). Select the country on the ranking gadget to see the price history. See the map and the interactive barchart at the bottom of the page for consumption statistics.

Source: Energy Prices over time for all EU countries, 2015 February

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